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. >> >> we look forward to a wonderful weekend. storm 4 meteorologist chuck bell is standing by with our forecast. >> good morning to both of you and good saturday morning everybody in the news 4 nation this morning. some locally heavy rain producing showers just in time for the commute home last night. all those you'll be happy to know are now gone from the area and our skies are mostly clear. i can see orion's belt over the sky early this morning as i was driving in. 52 at national airport. 50 in ashburn, virginia. 43 manassas and bristow. 47 waldorf and la plata. 48 in the panhandle of virginia. there it is on radar. ground clutter close to us. first showers out across parts of ohio but i don't think they'll make it over the mountains. clouds will but rain drops not too likely. we're off to a nice, clear start this morning. we'll have what i like to call self-destructive sunshine today. more sun we get the more clouds we'll hook up. we'll start sunny and end cloudy. we'll talk more about the rest of the weekend coming up. >> new information this morning about a deadly crash in prince
. >>> a good saturday morning to you. i'm storm team 4 meteorologist chuck bell. a clear sky and cool start to your weekend. on the whole a fairly nice weekend for all of your outdoor plans. we will have some clouds to deal with later this afternoon but i think our rain chances are at or near zero. current temperatures now mid 40s in the western suburbs to mid 50s in town and alongside of the bay. our clear sky will lead to clouds by this afternoon. temperatures in the 60s with a bit of a northwest breeze. >> and that's a check on weather. >> all right, dylan, thank you very much. >>> the pressure to perform well in school seems to be high oher than ever for ambitious students, and now an increasing number of high school and college students around the country are going for a dangerous quick fix to make sure they succeed. kate snow has the cautionary tale told by one of those students. >> reporter: it was examine time at one of the nation's most prestigious schools, columbia university in new york, and the pressure was on. >> 20-page papers, all kinds of revisions, presentations, six classe
this morning send me a request. chuck.bell@uni nbc.com. >> if you went to last night's game or stepped out of the door early this morning you know the d.c. area is feeling the blast of cold air. it didn't seem to keep people from venturing out however. in georgetown last night most people out and about all bundled up in layers, jackets, even some scarves. we talked to some folks visiting from connecticut and even they say it was chilly. >> it's really cold especially for washington. it's not what i would expect. >> what about you? i notice you have your coat on. >> i have several layers. i really should have it zipped up but i don't. >> some people we talked to also say they welcome the cold after the summer's sizzling high temperatures. >>> new this morning pakistani police say 13 people were killed by a car bomb. this happened outside an office of pro government tribal elders in the northwestern part of the country. 25 others were hurt. no group has claimed responsibility, but pakistani taliban militants have staged this kind of attack in the past. >>> now to decision 2012. president oba
with meteorologist chuck bell. it's been downgraded a little bit. that doesn't mean we're in the clear. >> don't be fooled by the fact it is no longer a hurricane and moving down to tropical storm. that has absolutely nothing to do with how big of an impact that storm is going to have on us. we all knew all along it would not be a tropical system by the time it got this far north because the water over the ocean is so much colder this time of the year. that is causing the weakening. it is still going to be one heck of a storm as it gets into our area. temperatures early on your saturday morning mild and kind of clammy outside. temperatures upper 50s and low 60s. no rain showing up. if you have things to do outside this weekend, preparations for the storm, today will be a good day to do it. no rain around here. there are rain showers back out to the west. that is part of the cold front interacting with the tropical storm as it comes up the coast line. there is the first drops from sandy breaching cape hatteras, north carolina. we'll keep a close eye on this all weekend. cloudy, cool. on the mil
're bummed out. but hopefully chuck bell is standing by and will brighten our day. hi, chuck. >> i can brighten it from a sunshine perspective. it is going to be a good-looking day outside today. perfect day to sit back and go, oh, next year. but, yes indeed. it's going to be a beautiful weekend in the great outdoors today so make your plans to get outside and enjoy it if you can. still a little bit on the chilly side early this morning. manassas park is at 37 degrees. 44 in fredericksburg. still 30 in frederick, maryland. and a lot of spots in northern maryland and west of the blue ridge down below freezing this morning. all the freeze watches and warnings have now been allowed to expire and storm 4 radar is absolutely free of rainfall anywhere near us. here's your saturday planner. plenty of sunshine. highs today upper 50s and low 60s and of course it's a saturday in the fall. that means it's college football forecast fim. the black knights of army playing host to kent state university in west point today. a noon kick off. 47 degrees there. don't want to forget about the other servic
your door. >>> team 4 meteorologist chuck bell, we have mostly cloudy skies and a chance of a few quick passing showers today but by and large rain chances are fairly low today. rainfall amounts will be extremely light if you get anything at all. current temperatures upper 50s and low 60s. today a couple sprinkles out toward i-81 this morning. a scattering of showers through town today. highs in the mid to upper 70s turning much cooler for your sunday. >>> lester, over to you. >> it's a scandal that fascinated catholics worldwide. the pope's former butler on trial for leaking documents to the press. this morning, he learned his fate. dunn began golestani is in london. >> he said he was acting out of love for the catholic church and said it wasn't theft, but this morning, vatican judges disagreed, they found him guilty and sentenced him to 18 months in prison. wherever the pope went, his butler was nearby, up front in the pope mobile or by his side at dinner. paolo was so trusted, he was one of the few people to have a key to the pontiff's apartment. so close he was able to take thousand
, and we're bringing you live coverage from that race. and we're also tracking chuck bell. >> yes, let's see if he can keep up with those fast guys finishing right now. >>. >> time right now is 9:14. next the spotlight on two tech giants in the week ahead. >> and the new tool parents can use to protect kids from dangers online. >> tebow took celebrations to an all new level. >>> plus, will the nice weather continue for the second half of the weekend? maryland schools are number one in america because we invest in them. but we can do even more. every year marylanders spend five hundred and fifty million dollars at casinos in other states. question 7 keeps that maryland money in maryland through expansion of gaming in maryland. it will mean hundreds of millions of dollars for our schools. as governor, i can promise you, that money will go to education. that's the law and that's what we'll do. vote for question seven. would ban all abortions and contraception seemed a bit extreme. so i looked into it. turns out, romney doesn't oppose contraception at all. in fact, he thinks abortion shoul
'm storm team 4 meteorologist chuck bell. we're off to a cloudy and mild start early on your saturday morning. a nice, quiet day today. a good day to get all of your storm preparations and plans in place for starting tomorrow on through the early parts of the coming week. temperatures upper 50s and low 60s. a mild day today with temperatures into the middle and upper 60s today. not much of a rain threat today >> and that's your latest weather. andrea? >>> and now health news. we've known for decades smoking is bad for you. but now the biggest study ever about the risk for smoking for women shows just how important it is to quit. the latest from robert bazell. >> reporter: 28-year-old amanda garcia just joined a program to try to quit her smoke a day smoking pattern. a smoker since age 15. she always thought about quitting. >> i don't think i was ever ready. i always said i'm not doing it until i'm ready. >> reporter: researchers in britain followed one million women now in their 60s and 70s for 12 years. smoking a pack a day starting in their teens, reduced life expectancy by an avera
bell is here. will it be more of the same for the start of the workweek is the question, chuck? >> luckily, a lot of people don't even have to go to work tomorrow because of columbus day, but those who have to go to work will be off to a dry start on your monday, but the rest of your sunday evening promises to be cold and damp outside. current temperatures are hovering barely above the 50 degree morning in many neighborhoods. 51 at national airport. that's our coldest temperature of the fall season so far, and here it is on storm 4 doppler. the rain isn't all that heavy, light and moderate at times. it is right over camden yards in baltimore. they may have a little bit of a rain delay to get that game under way, but it won't last all night long, and once the skies clear out after midnight for a brief time, a chance for some frost out to the west of the blue ridge. so cold and wet now, cold and just damp by 9:00, 10:00. skies clearing ou as we aim towards midnight. you may get a peek of sunshine tomorrow morning before more rain drops come in. we'll talk about that coming up. >>
get away with shorts, but heads up. getting chilly and wet. storm team 4 meteorologist chuck bell has more on big changes coming for tomorrow. right? >> absolutely, jim. the key word, could have been wearing shorts today. already now temperatures are back down into the mid-60s's we did make 80 degrees this afternoon in washington. that's four days in a row, 80 or higher. that is where the streak will come to anend. we will be nowhere close to 80 degrees tomorrow. current temperatures now back into the upper 50s in northern maryland. 59 now in martinsburg, west virginia. still 70 in st. mary's county. most rain drop, gone. the only rain drops left out towards rehoboth. you may want to find the wind breaker. temperatures easily down into the mid and upper 50s by 11:00. a bund'sup factor. staying in the upper hos, low 50s for high temperatures tomorrow, jim. 2459s a 25, 30 degree drop from this afternoon. we'll talk more about that and how long the chill will last coming up. >> yikes. all right, thanks, chuck. >>> now with a news 4 exclusive. a germantown boy and his new puppy recovering
of the capitol. we're head for a warm-up tomorrow. chuck bell with a first look at the forecast. >> good evening. the withins have come back around to the south. that does promise a warmer day for tomorrow. and even a lot milder tonight than it was the same time last night. temperatures as of the 11:00 hour drifting back into the upper 40s and low 50s. a far cry from where we were last night. and start-off temperatures tomorrow generally speaking going to be in the 40s. no real widespread 30s and certainly no wide spre freeze like we endured last night into early sunday morning. there's your planner tomorrow. nowhere near as cold to get started. breezy and warmer tomorrow. mid 70s tomorrow. perfect wieather for the redskins. >>> we're following a developing story tonight out of the u.s. virgin islands. a woman has been rescued from the waters of the atlantic after a plane crash. this happened south of st. thomas just before 8:00 this morning. the coast guard got word a small twin engine plane went down. around 2:00 p.m., rescue teams found and rescued valerie jackson. she was able to tell rescue
tomorrow by chuck bell who's running in the marathon, and update sandy with you. >> another update real fast. we just had >>> this november, we the people of ohio will go to the polls and move this country forward. now it is my distinct honor to introduce the president of the united states. i wouldn't want his job, right? ladies and gentlemen, president barack obama. [ cheers and applause ]
good saturday morning to you. i'm storm team 4 meteorologist chuck bell. your weekend is under way. a beautiful, clear sky outside first thing this morning but it is awfully chilly. 42 now downtown but 32 in manassas. 30 degrees in gaithersburg and northern montgomery county. and 28 in frederick, maryland. 29 in martinsburg, west virginia. no rain expected today. just 100% sunshine. it is going to stay on the cool side. today's highs upper 50s >>> and that's a look at your weather. lester, over the you. >>> now to what we're being told is a looming threat against the united states from iran. not a nuclear weapon, but a cyber attack. the secretary of defense says it could create havoc across the country. more now from nbc's pentagon correspondent. >> reporter: it's predicted that cyber space will become the world's next major battlefield, but in a national call to arms, defense secretary leon panetta warns the threat of a significant cyber attack against america is already here. >> the collective result of these kinds of attacks could be a cyber pearl harbor. >> reporter: panetta wa
the sunny morning fool you. we've got some big changes moving in. chuck bell is back after the >>> sometimes it can be a challenge to find stuff to do that won't break the bank. >> today is columbia heights day. there is going to be lots of music, food trucks, kids zone, plus more. it is at the harriet tubman elementary field. also happening today in college park is a tennis play day. it's at the tennis center at college park and is a celebration in honor of nickleodeon's worldwide day of play. the tennis activities and games are for kids ages 5 to 10. there is also germantown oktoberfest at the high point farm in clarksburg. that's from 9:45 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and tomorrow now it's the last day for oktoberfest in reston. it's at the reston town center from noon to 8:00 p.m. now enjoy your weekend. >> i was there last night. people were definitely filling the beer garden. >> oh, really. imagine that. >> it was rocking. i was leaving the movie and i was like darn it i have to go work tomorrow morning but it was good times. a lot of people expecting to go outside. there are so many festivals an
there today. >> we want to check in with chuck bell to find out how the weather is going to be. it already looks pretty nice. >> a beautiful day today. i'm out on the channel 4 weather deck. beautiful morning out here but there are now clouds starting to sneak in. saw them on the satellite picture a few hours ago. now for sure there is a definite cloud deck starting to move in from our south and west here in downtown washington. here's the way it looks from our tower cam. straight over my head, up on the tower, a couple hundred feet up you're looking northbound. that is downtown bethesda over there on the right-hand side of your screen. you can definitely tell there is a real gray hue to the sky up there first thing this morning. temperatures not so bad. upper 40s to low and mid 50s for most. already pushing 60 degrees downtown and into portions of southern maryland. so today is going to be a great day. decent amount of sunshine early. we'll have a partly cloudy to mostly cloudy afternoon staying breezy and a little cool today. if you're heading out to annapolis at navy marine corps memori
. chuck bell, storm center four with the latest on what to expect. chuck. >> thank you, doug. yes, indeed. high wind warnings posted all across the air y herea. they begin over the course of the next couple days. start at 8:00 tomorrow morning. here you can see the area, under the high wind warning. these go from 8:00 on your monday morning. to 8:00 on your tuesday night. now, as far as how much wind, and when. tropical storm force wind. that is a sustained wind of 39 miles an hour or higher. that qualifies as tropical storm force wind. they could reach the d.c. metro area and be in the d.c. metro area, from about 5:00 monday afternoon, to 5:00 tuesday afternoon. now you folks, out closer to the chesapeake bay. you will have a longer period of stronger wind. you can see your tropical storm, or higher force wind. all the way from about 2:00 toemg aft tomorrow afternoon. sunset tuesday. that's what you need to be careful of. went gusts, 55 to 65 mile an hour went gusts. come all across the metro area. points north and west. but you folks along the chesapeake bay, could see wind gusting betw
meteorologist chuck bell's here now. the rest of the work week looking any better, chuck? >> a little better there. baseball fever just to stay warm tomorrow morning. it's going to be our coldest start since late april here in the nation's capital. temperature already down to 49 degrees as of midnight. that's the first time we've been below 50 at national airport since april the 28th. no more rain left on storm 4 radar. frost and freeze advisories out now just to the west of winchester, virginia into the mountains of west virginia. so do expect it to be cold. not every school is closed tomorrow. so the bus stop forecast, 38 to 45 degrees. quite chilly. a few breaks of sunshine early tomorrow, but more drops ahead, and a little bit of a warm-up, too. all of that coming up. jim? >> thank you, chuck. >>> a developing story in bladensburg tonight. a man recovering after being shot by police. officers were called to the 3500 block of 55th avenue after a woman reported being threatened. police arrived, spoke with her. not long after that an officer says a man with a knife approached him outside. >
meteorologist chuck bell. there she goes, the sun down in our western sky after a beautiful sunday afternoon. how long does the great weather last? jur complete back-to-work as governor, i cut five billion dollars in spending and balanced the budget every year. and tim kaine and i both cut our own pay as governors, to lead by example. mark warner and i reached across party lines to get things done. we were a great team in richmond and we'll be a great team in washington. i'm tim kaine and i approve this message ...because we'll work together to restore fiscal responsibility, grow our economy and create jobs. [ male announcer ] tim kaine. bringing people together to tackle the challenges of tomorrow. athat's what the plan georged allen supports... would cost our economy. newspapers called it "economically destructive." like allen's votes to give tax breaks to companies... that ship jobs overseas, his economic plan would... help big corporations, devastating the middle class. allen even voted against tax breaks for small businesses. virginia can't afford to go back to george allen. the democra
game. change issen the wind. chuck bell is in the weather center. chuck how is it looking? >> went be quite as nice as sunday afternoon of, sitting around watching redskins or doing whatever you dead to enjoy your sunday afternoon. going sailing on the chesapeake. nice day. sail bolats on the water. 67 in annapolis. and 64. not much showing up. storm 4 doppler. rain drops in the future. some of the rain drops will be reaching interstate 81 before the sun comes up. bus stop weather. expect showers. cloudy. mild. thank you. >> a search on to night for two missing hikers in montana. the two left for a hiking trich -- trip in glacier national park. family members reported them missing friday when they didn't catch their flight home. both are veterinarians. 50 rangers searched. they found tracks in. and a fire ring. rangers say may be evidence of the missing men. they also have the hiker's park permits which will help them narrow search areas. >> we know they had a back country permit. showed where they would be hiking. we have the general area. high probability where they were. the men
, meteorologist, chuck bell in weather center. looking really good for the beginning of the week aren't we? >> you bet you, jim. we'll get off on a bright, sunny start. pleasant day outside. today, nothing to sneeze out. beautiful day outside. 67 our high temperature today. 49 our low. exactly average. and by comparison that will be one of the last cool days that we are going to see as the big warm-up is coming. temperatures now back into the 40s, mid 50s in town. get ready to send the kiddos off to school. bright, sunny. little october chill, left first thing monday morning. temperatures in the 40s. but just wait until you see the seven-day forecast. i'm talking about possibility of 80-degree weather this week, jim. >> okay. we'll wait for that. >>> let's talk the skins. went from looking like they were going to beat the giant, well, as you probably know, too, losing the game today. carol maloney here. carol, crazy last few minutes. meadowlands. got to watch out for eli. >> for a few second. look sewed pr looked promising. skins offense, three turnovers in the second half. not an easy thing to do
. chuck bell, we mentioned him, he's at another part of the course right now getting the final stretches in. he has a marathon weekend. meantime, like you said, 30,000 runners, over 11,000 first timers, 9,600 service members, first timers, maybe next time i'll be a first timer. what do you think? if i get this thing off my foot. i'm in this race next year. i'm in this race next year, guys. >> i'll do it with you. >> okay. >> we'll have a tag team score. >> it's been five years since i did it. i think it's about time. >> we have a whole year to get ready. you have a year to get that foot back in shape. >> yes. >> will do. >> all right. thanks, keith. we'll check back in a little later. >>> turning our eyes to the weather. you've been a very busy man. what i think is amazing about this whole thing is the width of the storm when you see it on the map. >> it's affecting an area 2,000 miles long from maine to florida and all the way from midwest all the way way out into the atlantic. you can see the size of this storm. it doesn't have incredibly intense winds but it is affecting a huge area.
to this week. chuck bell joins us now with word on if that could include some storms. how about it, chuck? >> well, j and barbara, yes, indeed there's still an opportunity for rain showers. i can't rule out one or two isolated rumbles of thunder. no widespread severe weather. that's the good news in all this. there are actually breaks of sunshine between some of the rain drops right now frl. 70 degrees at national airport. winds gusting to 22 miles per hour. we're still waiting on the cold front to reach us in the immediate washington area. temperatures remain very, very mild indeed. still 70 downtown. 70 in manassas. 70 degrees in culpepper. a bit of the cooler air arrives across parts of northern and western maryland. rain showers northern montgomery, maryland and more showers out to the blue ridge. once you get south of the winchester area, front royal. we'll keep an eye on this over the next couple hours. nothing all that heavy or severe. sometimes a little bit of rain can slow things down on the beltway. you may want to have a little extra travel time built into the commute. >>> it i
from meteorologist chuck bell where sandy is now and where she is going. >> still 350 miles off the coast of charleston, south carolina for now. the live picture there you saw from the outer banks of north carolina is going to be one of the places it really gets lashed. very, very hard tonight and tomorrow. our big impacts are coming monday and tuesday. so your saturday morning is off to a quiet start. temperatures upper 50s and low 60s. just a couple drops possible around the area during the day but most of us will be dry for most of our saturday. a couple showers down here just to the south of charlottesville. really not a lot. the rain chances will stay west of us today and the rain chances really from kill devil hills, north carolina all the way down are inching northbound. we're on the squeeze play. our rain drops start to move in during the overnight hours tonight. today becoming mostly cloudy and mild. temperatures in the upper 60s. for the marine corps marathon tomorrow morning good weather for the aids walk today but tomorrow for the marathon temperatures in the low to
there. >> let's go to meteorologist chuck bell with our forecast. >> good morning to both of you, and good sunday morning, everybody. off to another slight fully cool the moon went down just after 11:00 last night, and no pictures yet of the meteor shower, but if you have any, send them in. outside for now, still bathed in early morning darkness out there. the sun won't be up for another hour and 22 minutes. there is 30s on the map. nothing coming on the radar, so bright sunshine on the way for your sunday today. pushing 70 for many today, and if you don't get to 70 today, don't worry, i think you will be 70 plus in nearly every neighborhood for the upcoming week. >> new this morning, a violent robbery sends one man to the hospital. this is in wheaton. he was taken to the hospital and should be okay. police say they identified the people that may be involved in the armed robbery, but no one is in custody. >> a girl is recovering after she was burned by anti-freeze. the girl was sprayed with it as her father worked on his car. she was flown to the washington burn center. also in f
be in for near record heat? storm team 4 meteorologist chuck bell has details from the storm center. >> good afternoon and good afternoon, everybody. what a nice tuesday it is to be in the great outdoors. temperatures way above average. this is going to continue around here for at least another day before some only slightly cooler air comes our way as we get toward the end of the weekend. for now though, still 77 degrees at national airport. 79 in manassas. 82 in culpepper. part of the, are you kidding me it's october regime. nothing showing up on doppler right now. we will be dry for the remainder of your tuesday evening. nice and mild around. temperatures still in the 70s, through 7:00 tonight. a few fairweather clouds around but only slightly by 11:00. mid 60s in town. flirting with records tomorrow but what about the weekend? all that in a few more minutes. ♪ we made a promise we swore we would always remember ♪ ♪ >> this is new video just in of bruce springsteen campaigning for president obama in charlottesville, virginia. with just two weeks to go, both campaigns are doing everyt
football forecast. if you have a game you want to see, go to chuck bell. send me all your requests and we'll get them on the show first thing tomorrow morning. >>> the spate shuttle "endeavour" is making its final journey today. let's take a live look right now in los angeles. here the crowds gather to take a look as the shuttle make its 12-mile trip from los angeles to its new home at the california science center. stephanie stanton talked to the experts about how they're going to move the giant shuttle through the streets of los angeles. >> reporter: the shuttle "endeavour" departed l.a.x. on its 200,000-pound transport vehicle and began rolling around 2:00 a.m. >> 80 wheels, and each wheel can move independently, but they're all computer controlled. >> reporter: spectators lined the streets for a chance to witness history. >> it's just the american dream. it's an american icon. it's an american hero. >> and liftoff. >> reporter: after 25 missions and millions of miles in space, "endeavour" will soon call the california science center home. captain mark kelly served as commander of "end
. the marathon runners took off at 7:55 this morning. that includes storm team 4 meteorologist chuck bell running in his third straight marine corps marathon. we expect the first marathon runner for the men to cross the line around 10:15. we expect the first marathon runner for the women to cross the line around 10:25. we will bring you reaction from the men's and women's winner coming up tonight on news 4 at 6:00. guys, what a day it has been. they talk about the new york city marathon, the boston marathon, the chicago marathon. but there's nothing like the marine corps marathon. and that's why they call it [ inaudible ]. >> thank you, keith. it looks like it was cloudy out there. >> that's right. we have been tracking sandy all morning long. let's check in with tom for the latest on the storm. >> sandy is a huge hurricane, it is intensifying this morning and pushing a lot of rain and wind into north carolina. here's a live view of nags head right now. look at those enormous waves crashing in there. we have continuous coverage on sandy, the latest forecast is coming up in just a couple of anncr:
remember this storm's name. >> that's right. chuck bell was in talking about it. and we were hitting it hard last week. because sandy looked like it would be a system that would make a big impact on much of the east. much of the northeast and it certainly has. let's talk about that storm system sandy and how it stacks up against other storms. everybody remembers isabel, right? back in 2003. it was the costliest one for virginia with over $2 billion in damage. that was back then. isabel's track, you have irene's track and we'll put sandy's track on here. and you can see the movement of both of them coming very close to the mid-atlantic. not all of them. a very strong hurricane. as you saw, you don't have to have that with the landfalling hurricane. with sandy being a category 1 when it made landfall around southern new jersey but it is the way that it came in and the water that built up areas around long island, around manhattan that makes this storm system one that will be again remember for many, many years and go down in history. that's the track coming in for sandy. a lot of beach
meteorologist chuck bell is here to tell us how long it will last. >> hey there. good news, the cloudy stretch that we've been enduring for the last couple of days is just about ready to come to an end. that is welcome news. it has remained fairly chilly but certainly warmer than yesterday. even with the clouds out there, we've made it to 63 now at national airport. and temperatures around the rest of northern virginia, generally warmer than most of suburban maryland. 61, manassas and leesburg, 67 in gaithersburg and germantown. 61 in annapolis. we'll be generally dry even though very cloudy overnight tonight. there are still some lingering sprinkles across the lower eastern shore and some of those may graze southern most maryland. that will be just about it. so your evening planner, cloudy and chilly, yes, but not much of a rain threat around. the temperatures drifting into the upper 50s by 7:00. mid 50s by 11:00. a little sunshine back in town for tomorrow. just in time for playoff baseball. we'll talk about that coming up. >>> thanks. washington will host its first baseball playoff game in
now from chuck bell. >> good morning to you. off to a great start today, temperatures in the upper 40s and low 50s right now with a beautiful blue sky overhead, so as you make make your planned to enjoy the day today, hems in the upp upper 60s later today. the middle weather that lasts through tomorrow, there will be a very strong likely hood of rain chances tomorrow, and maybe a thunderstorm or two down to the south of the dc metro area. richard, back over to you. >> thanks, we have a full hour of news, weather, and forts, >>> we're back on a sunday morning, october 14, 2012. what a great group of people joining us o out here this morning. here it make noise, wave, do all that good stuff. have fun with pompom. alongside lester holt. still to come in this half hour, we are talking about the zumba dance instructor accused of running a prostitution ring in a small down in maine. will the alleged client list be made public this week? we will talk to a woman who was nearby and says she heard a lot more than dancing from there. >> we have the story after woman giving birth to her own grands
normal for this time of year. now here is a peek out your window. >> i'm chuck bell, and our temperatures around here are close to average today, but there is a huge warm up coming. temperatures now 40s and low 50s for most, but with the sunshine, things will warm up quickly. here is the four-day forecast. 72 tomorrow, 76 tuesday, and near 80 degrees by the middle of the week, have a good week, everybody. >>> and it is sunday, and we know what that means. it means it is sunday night football night in america. and tonight we are looking at the steelers heading on over to cincinnati to take on the bengals at paul brown stadium. clear and cool, 55-60 degrees. absolutely perfect weather for the game later on tonight. jen jenna? >>> dylan, thank you very much. >>> so it used to be children learned about sex from having the talk with their parents, but the internet is changing all of that. a new documentary now looks at how technology and pornography are shaping the sexual identity of young girls. michelle franzen has details. >> reporter: the culture of sex is not just for after hours anymore,
about this, chuck bell mentioned it last sunday, so for more than a week we've been talking about a major storm making its way along the east coast. that goes for all the meteorologists, including the national hurricane center. winds gusting upwards of 50 to 55 miles an hour. now we have a peak gust, we are seeing the worst of it now. it just starting. now gusting to 58 miles per hour out at the airport. and we're starting to see the higher gusts. current temperature is right now at 50 degrees. it's on the cold side. here's the storm making its way onshore. if it's not onshore right now, it is very, very close. you can see the banding continuing to come through. i want to show you this band right here. watch the last frame. right here. look at all this heavy rain. that's also where we're going to see some of the strongest winds. it's coming in through annapolis, prince george's county, dunkirk, waldorf, cam spring. get ready. this is where you'll see the winds increase by another 10 to 15 miles per hour. you'll see the rain come down very, very heavily. some of these areas along 9
what chuck bell has to say. >> good morning, 6:31 almost on your sunday morning now. skies are mostly clear to partly cloudy, a much milder start today, winchester, virginia is more than 20 degrees warmer now than it was at the same time yesterday. even in washington, ten warmer now than at this time yesterday. if you're traveling today towards new york city or post, the rain is waiting for you there, and if you're changing plans in chicago, kansas city, memphis, or st. louis, you may have storms to worry about. as a result, your sunday looks great. mild and breezy today. there will be an increase in cloud cover today, buthat will not deter the warm up. plenty of wind around as well. as we always like to say, a great day for kite flying. >> the death poll grows after a deadly car bombs in pakistan. a car exploded near a militia that fights the tall ban. no one claims responsibility for the attack. taliban militants have been blamed for attacks in the area. meanwhile, a 14-year-old girl shot by a taliban gunman last week continues to recover. she's been upgraded to stable and she can m
to see you both. >> dow is down 132 points. we have about 37 minutes before the closing bell. senator chuck schumer poisoning the well of a potential bipartisan tax bill. >> it is an alluring prospect to cut taxes on the wealthiest people, reduce the deficit, and hold the middle class harmless, but the math dictated you can't have it all. >> could the ever increasing animosity in washington actually give mitt romney an edge during the election? after all, he did reach across the aisle to democrats as governor on massachusetts. >>> plus, think the banking industry it healthy? think again. there's a new report that finds a shocking percentage of banks would fail stress tests today. those details are coming up. tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 this morning, i'm going to trade in hong kong. tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 after that, it's on to germany. tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 then tonight, i'm trading 9500 miles away in japan. tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 with the new global account from schwab, tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 i hunt down opportunities around the world tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 as if i'm right there. tdd#: 1-800-345-255
with the storm. chuck, you saw the opening bell ring and wall street is going to open higher today. we've been watching the futures all morning long and it looks like the dow will open up by 65 points or so. things have been incredibly orderly and that's saying something. you may have expected this to be more volatility. anything could happen as we get into the trading session. what's been surprising to me at least how orderly this whole process has been to this point. people seem calm and relaxed about things and new york, the stock exchange there is open nor business as usual. of course it's anything but business as usual if you look at large swaths of new jersey, of new york, of other areas affected by the storm and, chuck, we talked yesterday about trying to to get your arms around how big of an economic impact this is. people are still kind of playing the game today, making up numbers, but we should stress that at this point these are all very early estimates. let me give you the latest numbers out there from a couple different places. equcat came out and said they are expecting $5 billio
chuck yeager became the first person who break the sound barrier in a plane, a bell x-1 experimental. >> in campaign 2012 now both president obama and mitt romney are preparing for tuesday's second presidential debate. no fund-raisers, no major appearance. mostly study. while that takes place republicans continue hammering the president on the administration's handling of the attack on the u.s. consulate in libya. jan crawford is in washington and has more on that, jan? >> well, jeff to say that the stakes are high in tuesday's town hall debate could well be an understatement. the president's performance of course in that first debate was widely criticized. romney surged in the polls and o now holds a slight lead over the president. >> under pressure to turn it around mr. obama will have to defend his response to last monday's attack in benghazi. which killed four americans including u.s. ambassador chris stevens. the administration is under increasing criticism for initially refusing to call the attacks terrorism. in an exchange with o bob schieffer on face the nation senator lindse
to be portrayed for who they really are. >> that perks line, wow. live from bell font, pennsylvania. perks, that is one defiant statement john yang. >> absolutely, chuck, it's not only the accusers he said con spird against him, he said the media, investigators, the system, penn state, psychologists and civil attorneys all conspired against him to put him where he is today. he says in his heart he knows he did not commit what he calls these disgusting acts. the hearing is under way now in the courthouse behind me. sandusky arrived about 15 minutes before the hearing began in a bright red prison jump suit. he has lost weight, we're told he will be making a statement in this hearing, according to his attorneys yesterday, he particularly wans to avoid being sent into solitary confinement in prison. he would like to be in the general population. we'll also hear from some of the victims, a handful of the eight victim who is testified against him have arrived in court. they are some, at least some are expected to read statements, others have submitted statements to the judge talking about their
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. there was a gallup with five days left that had him up by six. so i'm not particularizing this to chuck, but the pollsters and the press don't decide who shows up. the people who decide who shows up are the people knocking on doors, ringing door bells, making phone calls. and i think there's going to be a lot of surprises. >> but ed rendell, a lot of republicans like ralph like to go back to the reagan days. the difference is, as i have discussed this week with some pollsters, he was 20 points up after the convention. we had seen his ability to create wide swings. we haven't seen that in this race. it's much more polarized. right? >> no question. and ralph is right to some extent about the polls. but, look, we all know that the challenger gets a big bump in the first debate. no question about it. just appearing on the stage with the president, looking presidential, and boy, mitt romney looks presidential, he's going to get a big bump. kerry was down by eight points before the first debate and became even all the way through. and governor romney is a good debater. he won almost every deb
about anna bell. >> you're going to be fine. >> you booed her. >> it's "morning joe." we'll see you back in new york. stick around right now for chuck todd. >>> foreign exchange, third debate between president obama and mitt romney. packed a punch. the biggest bellwether of the night might be a back and forth, not over the middle east, china or europe but ohio. a battle over the buckeye state was one of the few topics that pushed romney to engage the president and ohio's one of seven battleground states. we'll show you where you'll see the candidates nonstop. one state not on the list anymore, nevada. find out why the silver state may be gold for the president's electoral vote. good morning from lynn university in boca raton, florida. two weeks until election day. let me repeat, it's two weeks until election day, and also october 23, 2012, this is "the daily rundown" and i'm chucked to. let's get to first reads. the third and final debate between president obama and mitt romney was a study in contrast. but it wasn't contrast on the debate itself. an aggressive president acting like a can
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